The role of industrial relations systems in creating new forms of job and enterprise to protect the local economy - Final report
Lauria, Francesco (Cisl (Itàlia))
Riva, Egidio (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
Lodigiani, Rosangela (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
Rinolfi, Vilma (Cisl (Itàlia))

Date: 2018
Abstract: Considering that restructuring and closures in European productive plants remain at high levels, despite the fact the current economic crisis is coming to an end, the central aim of this project was to find different and innovative solutions in managing the effects that closures/restructuring have on employment. The management of restructuring or closure of productive plants is focused very often on the safeguard of the workplace by the industrial relations systems. However, sometimes, social actors find different ways to preserve the future of the redundant workers and the local economy. The project RISTART analyzed different experiences regarding how to deal with company crises with the direct involvement of workers, social actors, territorial stakeholders and institutions. For this reason, RISTART found significant experiences in industrial relations and social dialogue in order to identify opportunities for renewal, transformation and strengthening of productive contexts.
Note: Número d'acord de subvenció EC/VS/2016/0332
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Language: Anglès.
Series: Ristart. Final Report
Document: INFPRO
Subject: Industrial relations systems ; Closures/restructuring ; Collective redundancies ; Local economy

85 p, 1.2 MB

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